CMTO

Giordana Caputo - CMTO

Helen Henry, 13th March 2017

Today, the CMTO announced the appointment of Giordana Caputo as its new CEO.

CBAA Conference 2016

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 15th December 2016

Broadcasters work so hard to create incredible content that is too often “gone” once it goes to air.

The Future of Content Panel

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 24th November 2016

The media landscape is quickly evolving - how do we as a sector continue to adapt to these technological changes?

NFDS 2015

CBAA Web Articles., 12th February 2015

The National Features and Documentary Series aims to encourage storytelling from new and emerging producers around Australia. All you need to enter is a great idea for a radio feature or documentary. Then, if you're selected, you can receive mentoring and training from the Community Media Training Organisation at no cost and be paid for bringing your feature or documentary idea to fruition.

CBAA Webinars

CBAA Web Articles., 20th January 2015

The National Listener Survey has been carried out by CBAA in partnership with McNair Ingenuity Research since 2004. The surveys provide invaluable feedback to the community broadcasting sector and local community stations about trends, listeners and the sector itself. This information is freely available to the community broadcasting sector via a series of Fact Sheets, and can be used as part of marketing & sponsorship proposals.

National Features and Documentary Comp logo

CBAA Web Articles., 12th September 2014

The 12 pieces made for the inaugural Documentary & Features Competition, run by the CBAA and the CMTO, are ready for airtime. These will be available to stations for local broadcast through the CRN programming service in October and November.

CBAA Webinars

CBAA News, 24th July 2014

Presented by CBAA Women's Rep & presenter at CAAMA, Mikaela Simpson, this webinar is an opportunity to learn about the status of women in community broadcasting and hear about some initiatives taken by stations to improve their gender balance. Women at community radio and television stations are especially invited to attend and express their views about what they think the issues are in relation to women working in the community media sector.

CBAA News, 19th June 2014

In particular, this webinar is aimed at complaints officers, and committees and people involved in the management of community radio and television stations. However, any volunteer from a community radio or television station is welcome to attend.

CBAA News, 16th June 2014

The latest CMTO/CBAA Webinar, held on Thursday 12 June, delved into the world of Workplace Health and Safety with guest speaker Gavin Deadman from Aon Risk Services.

CBAA Webinars

CBAA News, 30th May 2014

Held on the evening of Tuesday 27 May, the first CMTO/CBAA Webinar of 2014 looked at the always relevant topic of fundraising. Community broadcasters rely on the financial support of their respective communities to remain viable. Although sponsorship has traditionally served as the preferred method for raising revenue, there are a range of alternative streams available for stations to utilise.